Study Guide Mountains Beyond Mountains by Tracy Kidder

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ANSWER KEY

1.) b

2.) b

3.) b

4.) a

5.) c

6.) a

7.) b

8.) c

9.) b

10.) c

11.) a

12.) a

13.) b

14.) c

15.) c

 

ESSAY TOPICS - BOOK REPORT IDEAS

1. Describe the program that Paul sets up in Cange which he calls Zanmi Lasante.

2. Describe the belief system that Paul calls liberation theology. How is like a priest of this belief system.......

........10. Paul says he has spent his entire life working on the long defeat. What does he mean and how is this representative of the kind of man he is?

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